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October 7, 2014 at 3:37 PM

Speaker series launches Oct. 15 with panel on early education

Next Wednesday, The Seattle Times will launch a new speaker series called LiveWire with a panel discussion on early learning.

The evening event takes place at the Microsoft Conference Center in Redmond. Times education reporter John Higgins will facilitate the conversation.

LiveWIRE_Logo_TaglineStacked_reverse_WorangePanelists include two leading brain science researchers from the University of Washington, Seattle Mayor Ed Murray and other elected officials and educators.

Join the Education Lab team immediately following the main program for an informal Q&A with the reporters and editors behind the project.

LiveWire is free to attend, but advance registration is recommended.

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